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dc.contributor.authorZin Mar Oo
dc.date.accessioned2017-09-09T08:16:42Z
dc.date.available2017-09-09T08:16:42Z
dc.date.issued2016-12-15
dc.identifier.urihttp://uyr.uy.edu.mm/handle/123456789/244
dc.description.abstractThere have been many fine monastic libraries since early period all over Myanmar country. Most of monastic libraries kept mainly hand inscribed Palm leaf manuscripts and handmade paper manuscripts, called Parabikes (folded paper). Now these monastic libraries are disappearing because monks and people did not use these libraries. But some monasteries still remain these rare manuscripts. So, this paper aims to study the palm leaf manuscripts of a monastic library called Thar-Lay (South) Monastery, Thar-Lay village, Innle Lake, Shan State that was established in the early Konbaung period, AD-1789. There are above (704) palm leaf manuscripts. This paper highlights on those palm leaf manuscripts in that Thar-Lay Monastery: what types of manuscripts there are, what kinds of literature (eg. Prose, Poem) there are, which language (Pali or Myanmar) is used, the life of palm leaf, which subjects there are, and how to keep those manuscripts and so on. This study which is not only Myanmar scholars, researchers and monks but also other scholars and researchers from abroad can be able to know that still have those rare palm leaf manuscripts in that monastery and able to study their related subjects in those resources. And the palm leaf manuscripts collection is need to preserve and conserve to exist the Myanmar treasures.language
dc.description.sponsorshipUniversity of Yangon, Myanmarlanguage
dc.language.isoenlanguage
dc.publisherUniversity of Yangon, Myanmarlanguage
dc.subjectPalm Leaf Manuscriptslanguage
dc.subjectMonasterylanguage
dc.subjectInnle Lakelanguage
dc.subjectShan Statelanguage
dc.subjectHistory of Thar-Lay Monasterylanguage
dc.subjectSuttanalanguage
dc.subjectVinayalanguage
dc.subjectAbhidammalanguage
dc.subjectPitakatlanguage
dc.subjectKammathan (Meditation)language
dc.subjectSermonslanguage
dc.subjectBuddhavamsa (Life of Buddha)language
dc.subjectReligious Proclamations (Prayers)language
dc.subjectHeresylanguage
dc.subjectPali Grammarlanguage
dc.subjectNiti (Maxim)language
dc.subjectTraditional Medicinelanguage
dc.subjectAstronomylanguage
dc.subjectCustomary Lawlanguage
dc.subjectMyanmar Literaturelanguage
dc.subjectHistorylanguage
dc.subjectBiographylanguage
dc.subjectUniverselanguage
dc.subjectGenerallanguage
dc.titleA Study on the Palm leaf Manuscripts in Thar –Lay (South) Monastery, Thar-Lay Village, Innle Lake, Shan Statelanguage
dc.title.alternativeSymposium Program for Digitization and Conservation of Myanmar Old Manuscripts 13-14 December, 2016, University of Yangon, Myanmarlanguage
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